History along the banks of the Onion River

/History along the banks of the Onion River

History along the banks of the Onion River

History along the banks of the Onion River

Life centered along the banks of rivers in early America. They served as the first highways, transporting people, food and services.
The Onion River flows for its entire length in Sheboygan County. It is formed in the town of Lyndon by the confluence of Mill Creek and Ben Nutt Creek, and initially flows southeast, passing the village of Waldo. Near Cedar Grove it turns north-northeast for the remainder of its course. It finally joins the Sheboygan River at the city of Sheboygan Falls. We’ll take a trip through history along its 36 mile course.

Join us at the Oostburg Public Library. This presentation is free and open to the public.

Date

Oct 10 2019

Time

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Cost

No Cost

Location

Oostburg Public Library
213 N. Eighth Street, Oostburg, WI

Organizer

Research Center
Phone
(920) 467-4667
Email
schrc@att.net

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